Aerial photograph by Mike Pennington and taken from: https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/5300939
The three rows of ramparts are still impressive. They are steep in parts, stony and have wide terraces between them. Dog shown for scale purposes. You can, of course, see Bennachie from the top.
You can still clearly see the marks of medieval ploughing in the fields below. (The plough threw the earth over to one side; you turned your team at the end of the field, and coming back the opposite way the earth was thrown back on top of the previous lot. Over years it creates the banks you can see here.)